Lower JCT. Friends and Family Museum FLTs. Launch a Success

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Hot on the heels of the Museum of Contemporary Art_Toronto_Canada (MOCA_TO) announcement, Greybrook Realty Partners and Castlepoint Development Group were proud to launch the Lower JCT’s latest residential offering: Museum FLTs. Debuting to a select group of attendees at a recent Friends and Family event, Museum FLTs. will contain non-residential space on the ground floor with nine floors of approximately 168 residential units above.

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Image: Exterior rendering of Museum FLTs.

Designed by leading Toronto based architectural firm, architectsAlliance, Museum FLTs. innovative building design, modern styling, premium finishes, and selection of one to three bedroom units was well received by attendees, leading to the registration of several dozen units at the event.

Images: Attendees review the Museum FLTs. sales collateral at the Friends and Family event

During the event Castlepoint President Alfredo Romano (above) spoke to how Lower JCT. will contribute to and continue the burgeoning arts and new media scene in the Lower Junction neighbourhood, particularly as the new permanent home of the expanded MOCA_TO museum.

Greybrook Securities Inc. CEO Sasha Cucuz (above, left) and Greybrook Realty Partners CEO Peter Politis (above, right) also spoke regarding Greybrook’s role as active asset managers of the Lower JCT. development and how rewarding it is to be part of such an influential project. Once completed, the Lower JCT. will provide space for up to 2,500 jobs, be home to 1,000 new residents and support a number of community improvements, including over an acre of new park and open spaces, and a new daycare facility.